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Patchwork Fantasia - Album Launch Well, it is finally happening. I am launching my album Patchwork Fantasia, just a short 7 odd years after recording it. Happy hour I believe from 5pm and under 18s allowed with guardian. My CD and some other merchandise will be available on the day. Come down, enjoy a drink and some music and the last of the summer sunshine. There will be other artists performing before and after me. Details to follow. Ebonnie
Short set vocal/piano.
Ebonnie will be performing an acoustic set at Scorcherfest on 12 May 2013. Tickets $25 from Ebonnie direct via facebook or firstname.lastname@example.org or texting 0430 401 849, or $30 at the door (money does not go to Ebonnie). All material is from her forthcoming album and the majority is a debut performance.
Ebonnie and her band The Grange Hermits will be playing at the 10th Anniversary ScOrChErFeSt festival at Rosemount Hotel in Perth 16 December 2012 @ 2.20pm. To purchase tickets please email email@example.com or contact through her Facebook page www.facebook.com/ebonnielandwehr
Sounds Like: Tori Amos, Jewel, Taylor Swift, The Corrs - Official page, Adele
Bio: Ebonnie is a singer/songwriter, pianist and actress. Her debut album Patchwork Fantasia is now available digitally from ebonnie.net, with $1 from each sale going directly to mental health. The official album launch is to be held at the Rubix Bar, Perth on 30 March 2014 from 4pm with copies availa...See Full Bio
"Apparently, young Western Australian Ebonnie Landwehr...has been told that she's not contemporary enoough to be popular with mainstream listeners. Now that's the sort of thing we here at Prog would normally take to be a compliment, and, having listened to her own self-financed Patchwork Fantasia, so should she. "Always led by [Ebonnie's] distinct vocals and her excellent piano work, the Bush comparisons are evident, although both Kiss and Close to you rock things up a bit. However the sometimes frail beauty of [Ebonnie] is clear on opener Angel (with dirty wings) and the dynamism compounded by a splendid finale of Innocence, Midsummer's Eve and the elegiac title track which closes things with a dazzling blend of classical music and piano-led prog that displays just what a talent [Ebonnie] is.